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Blue Ridge Parkway Area North Carolina

Spent the morning putting together some panos that have layed on the hard drive for quite some time. Actually some of the very first panos I ever shot.

The one of Blowing Rock was shot with the lens hood still attached (ooops) Can't believe I was able to salvage it into what it is.

Thanks for looking,
Pixel

Blue Ridge Parkway Area
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Gee, I remember helping with the Price-Lake panorama and pretty sure I had seen Thunder Hill version once before also. You certainly have made progress over your time on the forum.

What a great location.

Great to see more offerings in the gallery section also.

Regards, Smooth


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Nice job Pixel. There's another customer for you, NC parks, recreation and tourism.
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Yepper Smooth you have seen and worked on both tours

With this forum I have made a little bit of progress over the years.

The location is about an hour and a half up the road, very relaxing.

There is one thing I am still in need of help of, layer masking.

I am planning on doing some tuition work with you in the very near future on this. While on vacation two weeks ago, I done a couple of panos of the fishing pier. The first one that I done the gentleman fishing had moved and showed up twice in the tour. Looks like he is standing next to himself. Need to remove one of him. I read in my latest popular photography I can achieve this with layer mask in photoshop. Just need to get with you to learn how it is done using Photomatix and Easypano products along with photoshop.

The tour that turned out half way decent can be seen HERE

I know that it's not of quality and not sure what happened? I do know that the wind was HOWLING. Take a look at the flag atop the second level...

I'll throw the other one together so you can see what I need to accomplish.

Thanks for the comments, greatly appreciated
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Quote: Originally posted by realtor jerry on August-13-2008
Nice job Pixel. There's another customer for you, NC parks, recreation and tourism.


Thanks Jerry.

I just told my wife that very thing this morning after publishing the tours. Spend the days driving along the parkway and shooting panos    what an awesome job that would be.